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Ethics in Engineering
Ethics in Engineering

Ethics in Engineering, 5th Edition

ISBN10: 1260721744 | ISBN13: 9781260721744
By Mike Martin, Qin Zhu and Roland Schinzinger
© 2022

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The 5th Edition of Ethics in Engineering is the first text to systemically discuss the global dimension of engineering ethics and includes tools for training students on global ethical competency. It continues the text's strong emphasis on the role of technology and design in shaping ethical decision-making in engineering.

Ethics in Engineering provides an introduction to the issues in engineering ethics by placing those issues within a philosophical framework, and it seeks to exhibit their social importance and intellectual challenge. The goal is to stimulate reasoning and to provide the conceptual tools necessary for responsible decision making. The 5th Edition will offer McGraw Hill Connect® for the first time, with eBook.

1 Ethics and Professionalism
2 Moral Reasoning and Codes of Ethics
3 Moral Frameworks: A Global Survey
4 Engineering as Social Experimentation
5 Safety, Risk, and Design
6 Workplace Cultures, Responsibilities and Rights
7 Honesty
8 Engineering and Environmental Ethics in the Anthropocene
9 Engineering Ethics in the Global Context
10 Technology and Engineering Leadership in Future Societies
Appendix A: General Resources on Engineering Ethics
Appendix B: Sample Codes of Ethics and Guidelines
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About the Author

Mike Martin

Mike W. Martin received his B.S. (Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi) and M.A. from the University of Utah, and his Ph.D. from the University of California, Irvine, and he is currently professor of philosophy at Chapman University. In addition to publishing many articles, he is author, coauthor, or editor of eight books, including Meaningful Work: Rethinking Professional Ethics (2000) and Everyday Morality (3d ed., 2001). He received the Arnold L. and Lois S. Graves Award for Teachers in the Humanities and two fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Qin Zhu

Qin Zhu is Assistant Professor of Ethics and Engineering Education in the Department of Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences and an affiliate faculty member in the Department of Engineering, Design & Society and the Robotics Graduate Program at the Colorado School of Mines. Dr. Zhu is Editor for International Perspectives at the Online Ethics Center for Engineering and Science, Associate Editor for Engineering Studies, Program Chair of American Society for Engineering Education’s Division of Engineering Ethics (2020–2021), Executive Committee Member of the Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum, and Treasurer of the Society for Philosophy and Technology. Dr. Zhu’s research interests include the cultural foundations of engineering ethics, global engineering education, and ethics and policy of computing technologies and robotics.

Roland Schinzinger

Roland Schinzinger received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of California at Berkeley. Born and raised in Japan where he had industrial experience with Bosch-Japan, Tsurumi Shipyard of Nippon Steel Tube Co., and Far Eastern Equipment Co., he worked in the United States as design/development engineer at Westinghouse Electric Corp. and taught at the University of Pittsburgh and at Robert College/Bosporus University (in Istanbul). He was a founding faculty member to the University of California at Irvine, from which he retired as Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering in 1993. He authored or co-authored Conformal Mapping: Methods and Applications (1991, 2003), Emergencies in Water Delivery (1979), and Experiments in Electricity and Magnetism (1961, accompanying a kit he designed for use in Turkey). His honors include the IEEE Centennial and Third Millennium medals, Fellow of IEEE, and Fellow of AAAS. He is a registered professional engineer.


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